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I’ve always always been an outspoken supporter of Big Boi.

He’s remarkable.  And even more so since he’s been able to do what he has and cement his place in hip-hop history while standing beside Andre 3000 his whole career.

That’s what scientists consider…..difficult.

Now, with that being said, the songs that I’ve heard off his upcoming record have been 50/50 for me.  But not even the usual 50/50 with half being hella dope and the other half being *makes teeter totter motion with hand* Like the other half has been awful.  Doo Doo.  A hot mess of garbage like Chinatown in T.O. during the summer of ’09.  THAT kinda mess.

So here we come with another.  I’m not even gonna comment.  What do y’all think?

BIG BOI – SHUTTERBUG

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HHHT.R.O.Y.,

“We ain’t seen you in a minute homie.”

KILLER MIKE

The ATL General and former Dungeon Family member (who has since been, outKast – pun intended), who most of you know only for his guest shots on The Whole World and Poppin Tags and that dope A.D.I.D.A.S. single some years back has actually stayed grinding pretty hard in the south.  Putting out some pretty good mixtapes and seemingly getting more and more militant with each passing year.

Well, it looks like he’s on his way back to a bigger spotlight and hopefully he can stay for longer this time.  With the help of 2 mainstream darlings, Killer Mike drops a track that seems like it may be Big Boi directed.  I’ll let you decide.

KILLER MIKE Feat. LUDACRIS & THE GAME – STILL MY N*GGA

A-ALIKES

A lot of you might not actually be familiar with the A-Alikes but you’ve definitely seen them whether you realized it or not.

Integral parts of Dead Prez‘s People’s Army (or R.B.G.’z) the A-Alikes are on their way back with a new record heavily dipped with message.  With the help of Pretty Flaco, here’s your first glimpse at the upcoming Us Aginst Them.

A-ALIKES Feat. MOS DEF – SIRENS IN THE DISTANCE

ALOE BLACC

The return of Stones Throw‘s resident soul man (who occasionally raps), Aloe Blacc.

Although he’s proven to be inconsistent in the past, when he’s on, he’s really on and hopefully, with his new record gettin ready to drop, it features Aloe a lot more on than off.  I’ll let you guys decide whether this is the former or latter.

ALOE BLACC – I NEED A DOLLAR

Finally, I’d just like to take this time to say that our thoughts and wishes are with GURU during these tough times.  We look forward to seeing you out and about, healthy and happy.

Be well world.

Go listen to some Gang Starr.

Triple.
www.ppfhouse.com

HHHTake it Easy,

It’s Sunday again and it’s time for us to get into some head nod ish.

DIPPIN & DODGIN’

Nooooot bad.

Off the upcoming Pursuit of Nappyness record, Nappy Roots are back with another one and I must say, I like this one quite a bit more than the last one I threw up.  Featuring a lovely verse from young upstart Sugar Tongue Slim (who sounds a touch like a young Bootie Brown from Pharcyde) this is a nice one for the car stereo.

NAPPY ROOTS feat. SUGAR TONGUE SLIM – DIPPIN’ AND DODGIN’

LOST IN TOKYO

Who’s City Haze?

I have no idea.  Just heard of this guy but he’s already got a big co-sign behind him.  Apparently part of NY’s new school of lyricists, City Haze makes his debut on HHHT with this RZA produced track that sounds like some good ol’ Wu-Tang ish.  I’m not 100% about this yet, but maybe it’ll grow on me.  Whaddyou think?

CITY HAZE – LOST IN TOKYO (Prod. by RZA)

TIGHTROPE

Janelle‘s baaaaack!

I saved this one for last just in case you were plannin on stepping out tonight or doin some cleanin around the house after you get off this blog.  Janelle Monae, the futuristic throwback — if you don’t know what I mean, you will once you hear her songs — is finally coming back to follow-up on her extra dope debut, Metropolis with ArchAndroid and I couldn’t be happier.  That being said, this first tune, although fly, doesn’t seem like a huge departure from what we got on the debut and I hope it isn’t all in the same box.  Either way, if you haven’t made yourself familiar yet, you should.  It’s rare that Bad Boy takes the time to put their stamp on something that isn’t supposed to sell their soul so support that shit.  With a little help from the Outkast general, Big Boi

JANELLE MONAE feat. BIG BOI – TIGHTROPE
Go get it folk.

Be well

Triple.
www.ppfhouse.com

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